More like the Weather presents Mercury Bureau’s new series of compositional vases at Flùr, from January 16 to February 03, 2018. Arising out of conversations between Flùr and Mercury Bureau, this new work aims to reenergize existing vase typologies with a lively formal and material approach. Mercury Bureau’s compositional vases consist of two distinct vessels as well as material blocks that anchor individual stems. These elements, when selected and configured, create varied groupings of greens and blooms, with the elements of the vases providing material support. Pools of water within the vessels also become featured details that complement and reflect. More Like the Weather embodies an approach to design that emulates the day-to-day shifts in form of a cut flower or bouquet. The beauty of each arrangement is found both in the individual moment, and in what follows.
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Perimeter Pavilion was commissioned by Krista Blake for the Perimeter Institure for Theoretical Physics. The pavilion's main task was to provide a private space for one person, something that was lacking for some individuals at the institute. The pavilion is made from red oak and white cotton. The structure can be disassembled and reassembled to enable it to be relocated within the institute. A felt mattress and pillows can be found in the interior.
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Notte Coralli Exhibition structures designed with/for Celia Perrin Sidarous, for her project, Notte Coralli.

Vue de salle de l'exposition Le Grand Balcon présentée au Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal du 20 octobre 2016 au 15 janvier 2017, dans le cadre de La Biennale de Montréal 2016, commissariat Philippe Pirotte.
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